NGOs Ask Wendy Shay To Apologise To Ghanaian Youth
Rufftown records front-liner, Wendy Shay was in the news last week for blasting Food and Drugs Authority (FDA), after loosing a contract with a foreign alcohol company.
The Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) replied her explaining that those laws were only made to protect young ones who idolize celebrities.
However, a coalition of Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) has asked Ghanaian songstress, Wendy Shay to apologize for asking the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) to lift the ban on celebrities advertising alcoholic beverages.
This comes after her accusations that the authority is unfairly preventing celebrities from making earnings due to the ban. The NGOs expressed disappointment in the singer and asked her to apologize to the youth.